So, we have already discussed about bras, panties, panty hose, and other hosiery items you can use to give that slender and feminine figure to your own body. These are an essential part of your wardrobe and without that, anything you wear is not going to work.
Now, let’s discuss a few things about buying your dresses and how you should wear them. The biggest mistake most new gals make is picking things randomly. Well, girl…that’s not going to work. You are only going to end up spending money on things that are going to be of no use to you and they will just sit in your closet unless you decide to just give it away to someone else.
It’s okay to think about what you like…but it’s also important to try it on and see if it’s actually going to be comfortable or not.
A dress may also look quite cute, but will it look good on you?
What about the colors? Not all colors work for every tranny. So, just because you like pink doesn’t mean that pink would be the right color for you.
You also need to consider the occasion. Are you buying a dress for a night out with the other gals? Or is it meant for a specific occasion?
What about the other accessories? Do you have shoes that match the dress? Do you have jewelry that goes with it? You also need a woman’s purse to go along with your dress?
Is the dress a low-cut? Is the neckline too deep? Would you be comfortable…should I say…are you ready to get dressed in a low cut piece and head out in public?
Is the dress too short? What would you do with your hairy legs? Do you have matching tights that can cover your hairy legs?
The questions are endless. There are so many factors that go into picking the right dress. We will first talk about finding which size should you use for yourself.
Which size to pick?
For most of us gals, Misses or Tall Misses size is about right. Misses sizes are right for you if you are averagely tall, that is between 5'4" to 5'7". If you are taller than that, Tall Misses sizes are right for you.
When picking blouses and sweaters, you will need to consider the bust size as well as the shoulder width. Size 6 is ideal for a bust size of 32, size 12 for a bust size of 35, and the largest is size 22, which is right for a bust size of 44. When looking for shoulder width, go for blouses that have diagonal seams that go from shoulder to neckline. This works best for us because we have wide shoulders, unlike women, who have narrow shoulders.
Your waist measurement will give the right fit for skirts. Fitted skirts and pants are meant only for men whose hips are about 8 to 10 inches larger than their waist. This means if your hip size is 44 and your waist size is 34, these skirts may work for you. If your hip size is 44 and your waist size is 40, don’t go for these.
If the difference between your waist and hip size is lesser than 8 inches, depend on hip measurements when choosing your skirts. Size 14 is ideal for a waist of 30 inches and hips of 40 inches.
If you are tall, go for a Tall Misses skirt, which will be about 2-4 inches longer than the Misses skirt with the same waist and hip measurement.
What Dresses Should You Have and How to Find Your Perfect Fit?
There are basically four items of clothing you will need. These include blouses, pants, jackets, and skirts.
When picking blouses, check that the sleeve seam is slightly wider than your shoulders and the sleeves reach your wrist bone. You should be able to move your arms in all directions with ease and there should be no pressure on the buttons when closed. When tucking in, you should easily be able to pinch 2” of fabric on each side of the hip.
The shoulder of your jackets should be one inch wider than your shoulders. The sleeve should show about ¼ inch of the blouse sleeve. Natural movement and no strain on buttons when closed are important. Pleats should lie flat and pockets should remain closed when you sit down.
A skirt is a good fit for you if its pleats are lying flat and there is no creasing either in the front or the back of your tummy and butt. Side pockets should lie flat. It should not ride up when you sit down and waistband should not be too tight. Check that panty liners do not show.
You have found the right fit in woman’s pants, when the pleats and zippers are lying flat and there is no creasing either in the front or the back of your tummy, thighs, and butt. Waistband should not be too tight and panty lines should not show.
High necklines, such as turtlenecks, can be used to hide a prominent Adam’s apple. You can also use a scarf to hide this very prominent part of your body that can surely give away your identity as a man.
How to Wear a Strapless Dress
So, you have an idea about how you should pick the best fit for your clothes. Now, the choice is yours as to what would you like to wear. Maybe a little black dress would be a great idea because it looks great on almost everyone and you surely wouldn’t be disappointed. How about Bolero jackets? They come in different styles and colors and you can easily wear them with a dress, a blouse, or maybe just your bra.
But you really want to wear that black strapless dress, don’t you?
Well, the first thing you should do is to shave or wax your chest and back. Hair showing at the back or front just takes quite a few points away from your otherwise great-looking female persona.
You also need breasts to carry a strapless dress. So, you will need to use one of the three products mentioned in the chapter, “How to Create Cleavage”. Once you have the breasts to flaunt, another thing to consider is the size. Pick a size that fits on your created cleavage. The dress should not be so tight that it rides up when you sit down and it should not be too loose that it just cannot rest on the bust you have created for yourself.
You will also need a good strapless bra that supports your breast forms…you obviously don’t want your bra strap to peek out of your dress…do you?
Wearing a waist cincher or corset will offer additional support to the fake breasts and also help keep your strapless dress in place.
So, girl, are you ready to get dressed for the party? Wait a minute…you also need to pick matching shoes.
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